The Ferrari 458 Italia is one of those supercars that doesn’t really need aesthetic improvements because, on its own, it already looks pretty awesome. But for the most part, vanity gets the better of us, hence the urge to turn to the aftermarket industry for some facial upgrades.
The latest aftermarket company to offer these modifications is TC Concepts, which, with some assistance from Novitec Rosso’s body kit, managed give the Italian monster a pretty steady aftermarket upheaval. The most noticeable of these changes is the two-tone, yellow and black paint finish that’s followed by a slew of aerodynamic components, including a front spoiler lip, new side skirts, a fixed rear wing, and new black tailpipes. The yellow-and-black theme also plays into the car’s blacked-out roof, the blacked-out vents, the blacked-out Ferrari logo, the smoked lights, and the heavily tinted windows that, quite frankly, we’re not too fond of.
Inside, the same two-color treatment manifests itself with the prevalent use of yellow leather on the middle parts of the seats and the door panels. Likewise, yellow stitching is also all over the cabin, showing itself up on the seats, the dashboard, and the steering wheel.
No performance mods were given by TC Concepts, which means that you can’t expect anything more than what Ferrari has prepared under the hood of the supercar.
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